Marie Betty Wagenblast Landkammer

November 26, 1928December 29, 2012

Marie Betty Landkammer, 84, of Ormond Beach, FL passed away December 29, 2012. She was born November 26, 1928 in Queens, NY daughter of the late May and William Wagenblast. Marie and her husband of 62 years, Walter, lived in Massapequa, NY and relocated to Ormond Beach, FL 25 years ago. Marie will long be remembered by her friends and family for her smile, sense of humor and love of family and friends. Left to cherish her memory is her husband Walter; daughter Carol and husband Tom; two sons, Richard and wife Pat, Roger and wife Jackie; 9 grandchildren, Richard, Tom, Jeffrey, Heather, Jason, Brian, Melissa, Kim & Alex and 5 great-grandchildren, Jayden, Connor, Lexi, Kylie and Adriana. She was predeceased by her sister, Jean Ott. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am Saturday, January 12, 2013 at Volusia Memorial Funeral Home 548 N Nova Road Ormond Beach. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations in her memory be made to Amvets Post 88, 692 Broadway, Massapequa, NY 11758. Condolences may be shared at


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Marie Betty Wagenblast Landkammer

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Donald Phillips

January 16, 2013

Walter and Family,

We were very sorry to hear of your loss. No matter if one knows it is coming, the pain is no less when the time arrives. If you need anything, please contact us.

Don and Sheila Phillips

January 12, 2013

Words can not fully express my love for my Nana. She was a fantastic women. I remember all the summers spent in Florida with her, down on the beach and at the pool at the falls. She was always there to provide me with love and support. I will continually make sure that my daughter remembers her great-grandmother and how wonderful she was. Nana I will miss you, always and forever.



January 12, 2013

i cant say enough great things about my nana. from grilled cheese in massapequa, to squeeze cheese and crackers in florida, she was there in every moment of my youth. i'm going to miss her warm smile and generous heart. We'll see you again someday nana

January 8, 2013

Dear Neighbor,
You and Marie were such fun neighbors, always willing to chat in the side yard, with Marie warning me not to walk outside barefoot (as I could easily do up in Michigan). You see, I had never heard of fire ants. Marie was always sweet and quiet, a welcome contrast to my boisterous ways. We have so many fond memories of our "snowbird" winters in The Falls. You are both sorely missed since we moved back up north, and we will always carry you in our memory book. Ed and Mary Salisz

Kenneth Landkammer

January 6, 2013

I can't say enough about my Aunt Marie. So many great memories growing up as a kid in New York. At one time we shared a house with my parents. The family parties at the house in Massapequa.
As the years went by, my dad moved us out to California and couldn't wait to go back and visit. We had the best of times with my Uncle Walter and Aunt Marie.
The last time I saw Aunt Marie was with my brother Carl this past summer. We had our usual cocktail hour ( the best manhattans ) and reminisced about our past. We went through old pictures and told stories about our childhood. The best moment, and the one which I will remember her by, was going out to dinner. It was a typical warm sultry evening and we rolled all the windows down. Walt and Marie were in the back seat. The sun was in her face and Her hair was blowing. It was a special moment and that picture from that night will be how I remember her.

Carl & Michelle Landkammer

January 6, 2013

My Aunt Marie was my second Mom, as her husband Walter is my second Dad. I will remember her for her generous hospitality and laughter. What a sweet lady. I will truly miss her, and am grateful I had the opportunity to fly to Florida to see her last summer. She is with God now, He truly has a lady deserving a special place in Heaven. God bless my Uncle Walter and his family.

Scott Landkammer

January 6, 2013

The Landkammer's (Scott,Sandy,Chris, Kyle and Katie) from Seattle pass along our sincere condolences for your loss. Her smile was there because of of her husband, children and many grandchildren. She will be missed by family and friends alike.

Brian Knott

January 6, 2013

Dear Walt,

I am so sad for you as I try to absorb the news I just received. Marie was a sweet and gentle lady, much loved by all who had the privilege of knowing her, and I think I can understand what her loss means to you and to your family. You were both an important part of our lives in The Falls. I will always remember Marie's welcoming smile and the kindness of her nature.

Brian Knott